[Maxima] imaxima: copying outputs to clipboard
soichi777 at gmail.com
Thu May 3 18:05:06 CDT 2012
Wow, this looks nice.
It is much better than I was.
Thanks for your answer!
2012/5/4 Leo Butler <l_butler at users.sourceforge.net>
> ishi soichi <soichi777 at gmail.com> writes:
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> > Maxima 5.15
> > I am using imaxima so that Maxima runs on Emacs.
> > I have a simple question (which must be tedious for many of you).
> > How can I copy outputs to clipboard?
> > Since the outputs are generated as LaTex image, the equation and numbers
> > appear in the buffer are images rather than strings.
> I don't know if this exactly answers your question, but you can change
> between text and image output in the imaxima buffer with
> display2d:true $ /* change to 2d text output */
> display2d:imaxima $ /* image output */
> Since Maxima keeps its output in the variables %o1, etc, you can toggle
> between the two display modes and (re)print output as text as need be.
> It would be pretty easy to write a convenience function in emacs lisp to
> do this, and bind it to a key combination.
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